Video: Testing for Gene-Environment Interactions in Daily Life: What Can We Learn about Antisocial Behavior and Genetic Risk from Adolescents’ Mobile Phones?
Candice Odgers, PhD
Associate Professor of Public Policy, Psychology and Neuroscience
Associate Director of the Center of Child and Family Policy
This talk will share new findings from a genetically informative study to track adolescents’ experiences and behaviors in daily life using mobile phones. Evidence of heightened reactivity among adolescents with the DRD4-7 allele to daily triggers is presented, along with a discussion of how mobile-phone based assessments can be leveraged to advance our understanding of the role of both genes and the environment in shaping antisocial behavior among adolescents.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015 4:00-5:00pm
Rm 405A and B, Educational Center, Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
10th Floor, Presbyterian Hospital (PH) Building
622 W. 168th Street